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 CL_CertVerify(3) -- Verify a signed certificate (CDSA)
    This function verifies that the signed certificate has not been altered since it was signed by the designated signer. Only one signature is verified by this function. If the certificate to be verified...
 CL_CertVerifyWithKey(3) -- Verify with a key (CDSA)
    This function verifies that the CertToBeVerified parameter was signed using a specific private key and that the certificate has not been altered since it was signed using that private key. The public ...
 CL_CrlAbortCache(3) -- Terminate a CRL cache handle (CDSA)
    This function terminates a CRL cache handle created and returned by the function CSSM_CL_CrlCache() (CSSM API), or CL_CrlCache() (CL SPI). The Certificate Library module releases all cache space and s...
 CL_CrlAbortQuery(3) -- Terminate a query (CDSA)
    This function terminates the query initiated by CSSM_CL_CrlGetFirstFieldValue() or CSSM_CL_CrlGetFirstCachedFieldValue() function (or their CL SPI equivalents), and allows the CL to release all interm...
 CL_CrlAddCert(3) -- Revoke an input certificate (CDSA)
    This function revokes the input certificate by adding a record representing the certificate to the CRL. The values for the new entry in the CRL are specified by the list of OID/value input pairs. The ...
 CL_CrlCache(3) -- Cache a copy of a certificate revocation list (CDSA)
    This function caches a copy of a CertificateRevocationList (CRL) for subsequent accesses using the functions CSSM_CL_CrlGetFirstFieldValue() and CSSM_CL_CrlGetNextFieldValue() (or their CL SPI equival...
 CL_CrlCreateTemplate(3) -- Create
    This function creates an unsigned, memory-resident CRL. Fields in the CRL are initialized with the descriptive data specified by the OID/value input pairs. The specified OID/value pairs can initialize...
 CL_CrlDescribeFormat(3) -- Return a list of the CSSM_OID values (CDSA)
    This function returns a list of the CSSM_OID values the Certificate Library module uses to name and reference fields of a CRL. Multiple CSSM_OID values can correspond to a single field. These OIDs can...
 CL_CrlGetAllCachedRecordFields(3) -- Return field values from a CRL record (CDSA)
    This function returns all field values from a prelocated, cached CRL record. The scanned CRL record is identified by CrlRecordIndex, which is returned by the function CSSM_CL_IsCertInCachedCrl() (CSSM...
 CL_CrlGetAllFields(3) -- Get the field values from the CRL (CDSA)
    This function returns one or more structures. Each structure contains a set of field values from the encoded, packed CRL contained in Crl. Each structure is returned in the FieldValue entry of the CSS...
 CL_CrlGetFirstCachedFieldValue(3) -- Get field values from the cached CRL (CDSA)
    This function returns a single structure containing a set of field values from the cached CRL identified by CrlHandle parameter. The selected fields are designated by the CSSM_OID CrlField parameter a...
 CL_CrlGetFirstFieldValue(3) -- Get the value of the first CRL field (CDSA)
    This function returns the value of the CRL field designated by the CSSM_OID CrlField. The OID also identifies the data format for the field value returned to the caller. If multiple OIDs name the same...
 CL_CrlGetNextCachedFieldValue(3) -- Get the value of the next cached CRL field (CDSA)
    This function returns the value of a CRL field, when that field occurs multiple times in a CRL. CRLs with repeated fields (such as revocation records) have multiple field values corresponding to a sin...
 CL_CrlGetNextFieldValue(3) -- Get the value of the next CRL field (CDSA)
    This function returns the value of a CRL field, when that field occurs multiple times in a CRL. CRLs with repeated fields (such as revocation records) have multiple field values corresponding to a sin...
 CL_CrlRemoveCert(3) -- Reinstate a certificate (CDSA)
    This function reinstates a certificate by removing it from the specified CRL. The operation is valid only if the CRL has not been closed by the process of signing the CRL by executing CSSM_CL_CrlSign(...
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